News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 22 Jul 2014
Microsoft is said to be working on two new touch Phones with support for 3D gestures somewhat akin to what it's done with the Kinect gaming console. Early details within.
The government of Seoul has deemed Uber illegal and said that it will launch its own app later this year for official taxis.
Dropbox may be one of the Internet's most popular cloud storage services, but NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden isn't a fan. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Snowden called Dropbox a "targeted, wannabe PRISM partner" that is "very hostile to privacy."
A leaked promotional flyer for the Apple iPhone 6 appears to reveal the launch and pricing details of the device in China. Hit the link to find out more!
Ever come across an interesting news link or a music video on Facebook, but just don't have the time to click on it? Facebook lets you view all that content at a later time with its new Save feature.
Monday, 21 Jul 2014
Fancy a custom faces for your smart watch? Google says that feature will be coming soon.
The latest batch of leaked photos and specs may dampen your expectations for Xiaomi's upcoming Mi 4 flagship smartphone which is expected to be announced tomorrow.
Despite recording doubled sales for the month of June, Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console still found itself outsold by Sony's PlayStation 4.
Friday, 18 Jul 2014
For three years, Google has forced Google+ users to use their real names, or face a ban from the social network. This week, Google changed its tune, allowing users to use any name they choose, in the "hope that today's change is a step toward making Google+ the welcoming and inclusive place that we want it to be."
Besides laying off 18,000 workers, Microsoft also announced that it will abandon the Nokia X line of phones in favor of lower-cost Lumia devices.